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  • FactMonster.com - Weather: Wind chill, air pressure, snow fall, hurricanes, temperature extremes
Weather - Blue Skies
  • Weather Questions and Answers - Answers to the most common questions about the weather: clouds, thunderstorms, tornadoes, hail, hurricanes, global warming, and much more
  • DashWeather.com -- Fast & Simple Forecasts - DashWeather.com provides fast and simple weather forecasts for 60,000 U.S. and international locations
  • Weather - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • Tornado Project Online - The Tornado Project is a small company that researches, compiles and makes tornado information available to tornado and severe weather enthusiasts, the public, the meteorological community and emergency management officials in the form of tornado videos, tornado books, and tornado posters
  • The Science of Meteorology Online - Weather forecasting principles and techniques, including satellite and radar imagery. Air quality and global warming discussions included
  • The Weather Network - The weather network web site provides weather forecasts, news, and information for Canadian cities, U.S. cities and International cities, including weather maps and radar maps
  • Weather Connection - Emergency alert weather radios from Midland, First Alert, Oregon Scientific, and others at discount prices
  • Weather - Weather.cx :: Find local weather conditions and five-day forecasts for more than 50,000 cities worldwide
  • Weatherbase - Weatherbase.com offers records and averages, climatology and historical weather for 16,439 cities worldwide, searchable by city, state, country or ZIP code. Try our unique Vacation Finder to plan your next vacation
  • Weatherhub - Weather links countries worldwide includes weather forecasts, weather radar, current weather, weather cams, kid's weather, local information, hurricane, weather maps, news, sports and travel
  • Holiday Weather - We provide weather, 6 day weather forecasts and holiday weather
  • Reading Weather Maps - Learn to read and understand weather maps "to make a forecasts; gain general methods of preparing a forecast; learn of more tips for specific scenarios
  • Live Weather Images - This site pulls together the best and most frequently accessed weather data on the Internet and puts it all into one easy to use site
  • Online Meteorology Guide - The Online Meteorology Guide is a collection of web-based instructional modules that use multimedia technology and the dynamic capabilities of the web Weather Info and Weather Software Convective Development and APR Weather provide free links to current and forecast weather information, also weather prediction and alerting software.
  • EarthWatch - Weather On Demand - The first weather web site giving you continuously updated satellite, radar, and forecasts. StormWatch severe weather watches, warnings & advisories updated every 10 minutes
  • National Weather Service - Government Internet Service Home page. The starting point for official government weather forecasts, warnings, meteorological products for forecasting the weather, and information about meteorology
  • What is an El Nino? - Illustrated with realtime graphics and animations of data from the tropical Pacific Ocean
  • The Hurricane Hunters - The 53rd WRS flies into the eye of hurricanes. Join them on a cyberflight, see actual photos and data.
  • BuoyWeather.com - Weather Programs - Detailed marine weather with real-time Buoy data, WAVEWATCH III swell & surf Forecasts, NWS marine forecasts, satellite, sea temp, wave and weather models, surf reports and tropical storm info.
  • SpaceWeather.com - Daily monitoring of solar flares, geomagnetic storms, Earth's aurora, and all forms of space weather
  • Cloud Types - Clouds are classified into a system that uses Latin words to describe the appearance of clouds as seen by an observer on the ground
  • Global Snow Forecasts - Snow Forecast Maps for the World. Providing local snowfall predictions for Europe, America, and all mountain areas on the Planet
  • Mount Washington Observatory - The Mount Washington Observatory, a non-profit scientific and educational institution, maintains a permanently staffed observatory at the top of New Hampshire's Mount Washington. Home of the world's worst weather, Mount Washington is 6288 feet above sea level and holds the world record wind of 231 mph. The Observatory conducts environmental observation, educational programs and technical research
  • NEXRAD Weather Map - NexRad is a New service from the Weather Underground... NEXRAD (Next Generation Radar) can measure both precipitation and wind. The radar emits a short pulse of energy, and if the pulse strike an object (raindrop, snowflake, bug, bird, etc), the radar waves are scattered in all directions. A small portion of that scattered energy is directed back toward the radar
  • Tornado Links - This site has links to news and information about tornados
  • Weather Dude - The Weather Channel's meteorologist Nick Walker has his own web page full of great weather related resources and weather basics, along with a lot of fun for everyone and aids for teachers and parents
  • My Forecast - MyForecast is a comprehensive resource for online weather forecasts and reports for over 58,000 locations worldwide. You'll find detailed 48-hour and 7-day extended forecasts, ski reports, marine forecasts and surf alerts, airport delay forecasts, fire danger outlooks, Doppler and satellite images, and thousands of maps
  • Weather Look - Weather forecasts, reports and live weather cam looks of all 50 states
  • National Severe Storms Laboratory - The National Severe Storms Laboratory is an internationally known research laboratory, leading the way in investigations of all aspects of severe weather. NSSL's Weather Room provides information for kids and adults. Learn the what, where, why's, and hows on tornadoes, hurricanes, lightning, and thunderstorms. There are also resources for teachers to print and use for weather education in the classroom
  • Understanding Thunderstorms - USAToday has a very thorough overview of Thunderstorms, complete with resources and links for further study. Learn about thunderstorm predictions; the types of thunderstorms; associated lightning and thunder, rain and winds; climatology and history; and much more
  • EarthBrowser - EarthBrowser is a real-time three dimensional model of the earth with continuously updating global information. It uses an advanced raytracing algorithm and a high resolution satellite image to produce an extremely accurate picture of the earth. The globe can be easily rotated and magnified to give a distant or close up view of the earth from space


   Weather - YouTube Videos

How to Predict the Weather by Reading the Clouds

Types of Clouds

Predicting Weather

Exploring Meteorology

How To Predict The Weather - Resources To Help You Predict The Weather

How To Predict The Weather - How To Classify Clouds

How To Predict The Weather - How To Predict Weather Fronts & Pressure Systems

How To Predict The Weather - How To Read Weather Plots Of A Weather Map

How To Predict The Weather - A Bad Weather Watch Or A Warning?

How To Predict The Weather - How To Read Radar & Satellite Weather Images

How To Predict The Weather - How To Predict The Temperature

How To Predict The Weather - How To Predict The Wind

How To Predict The Weather - How To Read Computer Weather Models

How To Predict The Weather - How To Predict Tornados

How To Predict The Weather - How To Predict Hurricanes

How To Predict The Weather - How To Predict The Rain

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Predicting the weather part 3

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